Experienced C# Developer

Company
Zenco Systems Ltd
Location
Rugby, United Kingdom
Salary
Annual Bonus, Annual Salary Review, Perfomance Related Bonus

About Zenco Systems Ltd

We work with local authorities to provide solutions to their needs, mainly working in the parking enforcement industry our product range has grown as quickly as our client base. Due to continuous growth we are looking for technical resources to help satisfy the constant challenges raised by our demanding customers and are prepared to offer the right rewards to the right candidate.

Job summary

Updating and maintaining our current code base as well as developing new components and functionality to specification. Working with a small team of Dephi and C# Developers, you will be responsible for updating and possibly refactoring existing code to utilise best working practices.

Skills & Requirements

Skills and experience in dealing with the following are key to being considered for the role: OOP Design Techniques, Windows GUI and Service Apps, MS SQL Database, Web based, XML, Web Services, Multi-Thread, .NET Cryptography, Native DLL Interoperability.

It would also be advantageous if you were also experienced in any of the following: Windows Phone 8 Mobile Development, Delphi, Java and/or Transact SQL.

In return you can expect a real challenge, a friendly working environment, some great rewards and an opportunity to become involved in some interesting aspects of software development utilising new techniques and technologies to create solutions.

How to apply

Please send a copy of your CV along with any relevant information by email to: mike@zencosys.com

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